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New Yorker Magazine - May 12, 1975 - Cover by Arthur Getz
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 12, 1975 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine was carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover. It does not have a mailing label and never had one.


Cover artist: Arthur Getz
Publication Date: May 12, 1975
Page Count: 144 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Jonathan Schell. In Vietnam last week, there was exultation and there was desperation. Some people were running for their lives, and other people were cheering in the streets. Here in America, the emotions were different. We stood apart now. The victory in Vietnam did not belong to us, and neither, for that...

The Current Cinema The Darned by Pauline Kael. Review of "The Day of the Locust", a film directed by John Schlesinger, taken from Nathanael West's novel. Screenplay by Waldo Salt...

Dancing Wins and Losses by Arlene Croce.

Fiction Ruin by Mark Helprin. Writer tells about his father who was a cattle rancher in Jamaica. He used to be a cane farmer but one day, after getting sick from eating a piece of frozen meat, he cleared away the cane and set up fences to begin raising cattle. He took a treacherous trip...

The Talk of the Town Aspects of Natural History by Mark Singer. Talk story about a monthly meeting of the New York Turtle and Tortoise Society a couple of Sundays ago at the Museum of Natural History. Michael Sherwin, president of the Society, described plans for a couple of field trips. The first trip, in June, will be a behind-the-scenes...

The Talk of the Town Aspects of Natural History by E. B. White. Talk story about illustrated lecture given by S. Peter Dance, the British authority on molluscan shells, at the American Museum of Natural History. Most of the 100 people present were members of the New York Shell Club whose monthly meeting this was. Gives Latin names of shells which Mr. Dance...

The Talk of the Town Aspects of Show Biz by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about lunch at the Algonquin with Betty Comden & Adolph Green, the matchless N.Y. pair who have written the book and/or lyrics for 14 shows and 10 movies. Names some of the scores including "Singin' in the Rain," which opens a one-week run this wk. at...

The Race Track It's a Pleasure by G. F. T. Ryall. Tells about the television broadcast of the Kentucky Derby. Chick Anderson, who called the race, got a bit mixed up on the horses at the end - but then so did Clem McCarthy in the 1947 Preakness...

Books A Monk Manque by John Updike.

U. S. Journal The Blacks, the Jews, and the Bird-Lovers by Calvin Trillin. The Kiawah Beach Company's plans to develop the barrier island of Kiawah, near Charleston, SC, met with some opposition from environmentalists, Jews and blacks. Saunders dominated the mostly black task force which negotiated with the Kiawah Beach Company and studied how that company could absorb the impact on the black...

A Reporter at Large THE ATLANTIC GENERATING STATION by John McPhee. A REPORTER AT LARGE about plans to build a floating nuclear power plant off the New Jersey coast. The plant was conceived in 1969 by Richard Eckert, an engineer for the Public Service Electric & Gas Co., which has 80% of N.J.'s populace within its territory. Because of the...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. On June 5, there will a referendum on whether or not Britain should stay in the Common Market. In spite of the official Labour Party's signalling last week that it would fight for a "No", there is a growing feeling that the referendum will go Prime Minister Harold Wilson's way...

The Art World (The Art Galleries) Aesthetics of Mutilation by Harold Rosenberg.

The Talk of the Town Aspects of Show Biz by Mark Singer. Talk story about auction of the contents of The Lambs, the theatrical club on W. 44th St. that has gone bankrupt .The club was 100 yrs. old. Except for a few photographs & theatre programs, taken by the Lambs' pres. Tom Dillon (also known as Shepherd) just about everything in...

The Talk of the Town Aspects of Show Biz by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about Monty Python's Flying Circus, six male comedians, who performed on BBC television, & are now on U.S. television. Their manager, Nancy Lewis, a rock-and-roll press agent, spent several discouraging years trying to interest American TV executives in the show. A movie they made called "And...

Profiles THE GOOD NEWS by Berton Roueche. PROFILE of Rev. Edward Thomas Hougen, of the Central Congregational Church, in Orange, Mass. (pop. 6,188). Hougen visited the Claude Stack family. Mrs. Stack was recovering from two falls & their daughter was recently divorced...

Fiction Manual for Sons by Donald Barthelme. Lengthy explication and analysis in manual form of various types of fathers and their relationships with and effects upon their sons. Writer lists at the beginning of story the different categories of fathers to be discussed such as (1)Mad fathers, (2)Fathers as teachers, (13)Colors of fathers, (19...

Musical Events Singers, Singers, Singers! by Andrew Porter.

Poetry Blue by John Hollander. Day is naked even in its nuances...

Poetry Some Possibilities by Debora Greger. There you were, standing in an empty field...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 12, 1975 - Cover by Arthur Getz


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